Farage and Blair are speaking sense

Support is growing for a referendum on the deal - with everyone from Nigel Farage to Tony Blair thinking it's a good idea.

By Tom Brake, Jan 11, 2018 12:01

Nigel Farage MEP and Kate Hoey MP, UKIP and Labour, best of friends | Image: Farage22

Support is now growing on both sides of the argument for a vote on the final deal and the choice of an exit from Brexit.

In any future referendum, Liberal Democrats will be leading the charge against Nigel Farage to keep Britain in the EU.

In any future referendum, Liberal Democrats will be leading the charge against Nigel Farage to keep Britain in the EU.
 
Tony Blair and Nigel Farage aren’t two people I’d normally like to be put in a group with, but on this issue they are speaking sense.
 
But Farage shouldn’t be so confident of winning, people are now far more aware of the costs of Brexit and the fabrications of the Leave campaign.
 
Instead of the promised £350m for the NHS, living standards are in freefall and the health service is in crisis. 

What will the Leave campaign bus have written on it next time: let’s not fund our NHS, but pay a £39bn Brexit divorce bill instead?

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